Vers un système interactif de réalité augmentée mobile pour la supervision de scénarios de maintenance industrielle

Abstract : By providing to the user relevant data at the right time in the right place, augmented reality might increase productivity and performance of industrial maintenance workers. However, implemented scenario tracking systems often need manual intervention. This may induce insidiously less of concentration, eyestrain, psychological and physical fatigue. Moreover, the operator is the sole judge of the maintenance task execution. It is in this context that Wassa company, specialized in web and mobile solutions, and IRA2 team of IBISC Laboratory, specialized in augmented reality, virtual reality and robotics, have initiated this PhD thesis. The goal is to design an augmented reality system which will : - provide automatically and in real time maintenance instructions to the user . - control, through the mobile devices, the maintenance task achievement and identify the mistakes done by the operator. A notification will be displayed to report to the user that the task is incorrectly performed or that a mechanical piece is inaccurately placed. The system should store these errors. - run on any mobile devices by taking into account their computation and storage limitations.
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Alia Rukubayihunga. Vers un système interactif de réalité augmentée mobile pour la supervision de scénarios de maintenance industrielle. Interface homme-machine [cs.HC]. Université d'Evry Val-d'Essonne; Université Paris Saclay, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016SACLE051⟩. ⟨tel-01442986v3⟩

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